At 4:01 PM -0600 on 11/9/00, Peter Dempsey wrote: >If you mean something that will open a browser that will open a website.... > >Al Staffieri Jr. answered my question about that a bit ago.. I hope >he doesn't mind me sharing this.. ;) That sounds like something to access Internet Config. I think we already have access to the URLAccessLib, that should be good enough for some things, like a browser. We do need access to Open Transport directly, just like the MPW and CodeWarrior users do. Basically, all I've done is roll the PPC object code files into a shared library. So far it's working fine, I can't be sure until I build a set of header files and see if I've included everything that isn't in the Open Transport Library. The shared library can be rolled into a an application and doesn't need to be a separate file with the app. This brings up one concern though. Licensing. The object code files are Apple property and they have licensing requirements. I'm planning on asking their licensing division about this to make sure I/we don't run afoul of Apple. My hope is that they won't restrict our access to the library so we can use Open Transport. This brings up a similar situation. I wanted to make the PPC shared library for StuffIt available to FB^3 users. I downloaded the StuffIt SDK but I decided to ask them about licensing restrictions because the header files are their property. I got a favorable response from them. What I've done is finished the headers. Now I'm porting the SDK examples over to FB^3. I've got one done right now. Once I'm done Aladdin will include my work in the SDK. Cool. -- Heather Donahue PGP Public Key at: http://pgpkeys.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=HeatherDonahue@... See X-PGP-fingerprint in headers.